IMHE 2010 General Conference
Higher Education in a World Changed Utterly
Doing More with Less
Paris, 13-15 September 2010
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The IMHE General Conference will be webcast September 13-15 2010.
The archived footage will be available online after the conference.
Creativity in Higher Education
During the course of the conference, 3 members of the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching from NUI Galway will undertake video and audio recordings of participants. If you have any objection to being recorded and having this recording used for research purposes, dissemination during the conference and podcasts, please let us know.
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With the global financial crisis having a significant impact on OECD countries, the IMHE Conference, Higher Education in a World Changed Utterly: Doing More with Less, will focus on how the higher education sector including governments, institutions and individuals can lead the way to sustainable recovery. How can effective and efficient results be achieved at a time of greater demand with fewer resources? Capitalising on the OECD’s highly-respected evidence base, the conference will draw on analyses and opinions from some of the world’s leading experts. The main goal of the conference is to identify longer-term trends within a global context. Key topics will include governance, resources, technology, relevance and sustainability. National policies will be analysed, institutional case studies will be presented as well as the latest research from the OECD and elsewhere.
The biennial conference is an eminent event for those involved in higher education. It brings together higher education policy makers, institutional leaders and academic experts. With notable speakers, stimulating conference sessions, this conference also provides important networking opportunities for participants.
The conference will take place from 13 to 15 September 2010 at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris.